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Sheila Warren

Sheila Warren is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Crypto Council for Innovation[3] and also a Member of the , a Swiss-based non-profit supporting the ongoing growth and development of the . [1][2]

Education

Warren attended the Havard University for an A.B., magna cum laude, Economics. She also attended the Havard Law School on a J.D., Bar Admission: California and New York. [2]

Career

In 2002, Sheila Warren was an Associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP. In 2004, an Exempt Organizations Attorney at Adler & Colvin. In 2006, a Corporate and Exempt Organizations Attorney at Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP. [2]

In 2012, she served as a Director at Bridge, a project of four nonprofit organizations: Foundation Center, TechSoup, GlobalGiving, and GuideStar, that assigns a unique identification number to individual social sector entities around the world. She was also a Founding Executive Director at NGOsource until 2017. [4]

Warren was the Vice President of Alliances and Program Development; General Counsel at TechSoup, and a Deputy Global Head, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution at the World Economic Forum. She served on the Advisory Board for several companies including The World Bank, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and Bermuda Monetary Authority. [4]

Sheila Warren serves as the CEO of the Crypto Council for Innovation, a leading advocacy organization for and groups. She’s also the co-host of Money Reimagined, a TV show and podcast. As part of her decade-long career in tech policy strategy, Warren founded the blockchain and digital assets team for WEF, the group that hosts Davos. [5]

"crypto governance is applicable across a variety of contexts. Decentralization and removal of intermediaries are things that apply across every industry, across every jurisdiction.

It really is a fundamental element to how we build community. Given the focus from policymakers, the press and the crypto industry itself on financial services, I think we lose sight of the underlying, novel revolution in our ecosystem — which is fundamentally about a new way of governing ourselves and our communities." - Sheila responded when asked "What’s one underrated big idea?"[5]

NEAR Foundation

Warren is a member of the NEAR Foundation Council (NFC). The NEAR Foundation Council (NFC) is the governing body of the  (NF) (similar to a board of directors) which is responsible for ultimate control and oversight of NF and for making significant decisions for the organization. [6]

The NFC is separate from the NF’s executive team, which is empowered by the NFC to manage the NF’s day-to-day operations and reports back to the NFC (and seeks NFC approval where necessary for significant decisions). [6]

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